Insights: News Charlie Henn Named Managing Intellectual Property's Georgia IP Litigator of the Year
ATLANTA (April 9) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Charlie Henn was recognized by Managing Intellectual Property (Managing IP) as the Georgia IP Litigator of the Year at Managing IP’s 2019 Americas Awards held in New York City on April 4.
Kilpatrick Townsend also received national and regional recognition including U.S. Trademark Prosecution Firm of the Year, Patent Prosecution Firm of the Year (US-South), Trademark Contentious Firm of the Year (US-South), Trademark Prosecution Firm of the Year (US-Northeast). The firm was also awarded with Impact Case of the Year for its work on the adidas America v. Skechers USA case.
Managing IP recognizes and honors leading U.S. and Canadian firms and leading practitioners at their annual Americas Awards. After several months of detailed research and analysis by Managing IP's team of researchers, a shortlist of firms viewed to have had an outstanding year is selected in various categories. Award winners are selected from these shortlists and firms cannot vote or pay for their own inclusion for these awards.
Charlie Henn concentrates his practice in the area of intellectual property litigation, regularly representing companies and universities in cases involving trademark, trade dress, and unfair competition claims.
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